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- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.1: The Character
- the depths of human nature. In reality, this striving after truth is
- and attributes true reality to an imaginary, fictitious other world.
- stem from weakness. For the strong person who is deeply rooted in reality,
- reality. He is occupied with this world and needs no other. But the
- reality with crippled eyes and ears, needs causes behind the appearances.
- one. Nietzsche wants to be an affirmer in face of reality.
- toward life and reality shows itself also in his point of view in regard to
- reality, he thinks this only because he does not recognize the instinct
- of reality, that ability to fathom world events; finally, it completely
- dulls all sense for reality.
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.2: The Superman
- from the mother ground of reality and wishes to give his existence a
- reality that within him which strives toward realization. Human activity
- after ideals which supposedly do not originate out of reality. The human
- in order to dream about ideals; he is a watcher who faces reality in
- it teaches the human being to find the hidden paths to reality; it teaches
- man into body and soul, have divided all existence into idea and reality.
- valuable in order that they may despise the reality, the body all the
- more. But Zarathustra says, There is but one reality, but one
- something in reality. Body and soul of man are a unity; body
- reality searches for the spirit, for the soul, in and about the real.
- He looks for intellect in the real; only he who considers reality as
- — he gives the spirit, the soul a special existence. He makes reality
- not see the spirit in the reality does he search for it elsewhere.
- not created, these despisers of reality! If we look them in the eye,
- are not his reality. “A Homer would not have created an Achilles,
- wishes to change himself and his personal opinion into reality, it is no
- longer believed in expressing reality in tones; “henceforth he
- beyond, that he utilized his music to glorify the flight from reality,
- the philosophers represent a contempt of reality, of ascetic ideals. They
- work of art lift us out of the reality of life and give us purely spiritual
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- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.3: Nietzsche's Path of Development
- grant to all such goals a higher reality, but merely use these goals
- ‘human being,’ the bodiless I, becomes reality in the
- himself pictures of reality, but he himself is a creator. Within
- and art could raw reality become bearable for the Greeks. The fundamental
- aid of Schopenhauer's philosophy. He still believed that reality was
- human beings, but he means that they will die because of reality, if
- a “philosopher of reality,”
- personality, which wants to create its own power out of its own reality.
- of reality, in which the human being lives.
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 3: Friedrich Nietzsche's Personality and Psychotherapy
- then struggles with the illusion, which is quite remote from reality.
- ideal picture of Wagner, which does not live in reality at all, but
- world. For he does not attack the Wagner of reality; he attacks the
- reality of Wagner for a single moment. Wagner himself had an idea of this,
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 4: The Personality of Friedrich Nietzsche, A Memorial Address
- Socrates strove toward an understanding of reality. He desired reconciliation
- in an ideal picture of reality as if in a dream which flutters gently
- for in spirit, to breathe Greek air, he believed he found here in reality.
- the true Wagner; he revered his image, which towered far above reality.
- it had to be freed from all reality as a higher world. Then Nietzsche
- touching the reality of Wagner for a single moment. Wagner himself
- separated from alt reality. He placed his
- ideal in a different relationship to reality than his own earlier ideals.
- After this Nietzsche looks for refuge in reality; he deepens himself
- gain a true guide to reality. All worlds beyond this world, which lead
- human beings away from reality, now become abominable, remote worlds
- Nietzsche looks within reality itself for the germ of the higher, which
- is to make reality bearable. Man should not strive toward a divine being;
- out of his reality he should bring forth a higher way of existence. This
- reality extends over and above itself. Humanity has the possibility to
- Nietzsche tried to attain from reality itself what earlier he thought
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Introduction: Friedrich Nietzsche and Rudolf Steiner
- But in the instance of Rudolf Steiner, the reality and immediacy of
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